AUDITIONS - Cameo Theatre and Jonathan Pennington Studios

THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE – Open Auditions on Monday, April 14 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm and on Wednesday, April 16 from 5:30pm – 7:00pm. Please arrive by 5:15pm. Send an email to with headshot and resume. Rehearsals begin after casting.

Audition location: Cameo Theatre, 1123 E. Commerce St.

Show dates May 31 – June 29, 2014; Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sundays 4pm.


Character Breakdown

Millie Dillmount – A young, “modern” woman from Kansas. Originally, her goal is to marry for wealth, rather than love.

Jimmy Smith – An attractive young paperclip salesman. He does not show pride in his wealth.

Miss Dorothy Brown – A new actress from California, Millie’s best friend.

Mrs. Meers – Evil owner of the Hotel Priscilla who is a former actress. “Mrs. Meers” is her alias name, as her real name is Daisy Crumpler.

Trevor Graydon III – Sincere Trust Insurance Co. Head.

Muzzy van Hossmere – Singer and bon vivant, stepmother of Jimmy and Dorothy. She was the second wife of her late husband.

Ching Ho – Chinese henchman, falls in love with Miss Dorothy.

Bun Foo – Chinese henchman, focused more on the task at hand.

Miss Peg Flannery – Curmudgeonly head stenographer at Sincere Trust.

Ensemble – Moderns; Stenographers; Hotel Priscilla Girls; Muzzy’s Boys

THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE is a high-spirited musical romp that has all of New York dancing the Charleston. It’s the zany new 1920’s musical that has taken Broadway by storm, winning the TONY Award for BEST MUSICAL!

Taking place in New York City in 1922,THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE tells the story of young Millie Dillmount, who has just moved to the city in search of a new life for herself. It’s a New York full of intrigue and jazz – a time when women were entering the workforce and the rules of love and social behavior were changing forever. Based on the popular movie, the stage version ofTHOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE includes a full score of new songs and bright dance numbers.

Filled with frisky flappers, dashing leading men and a dragon-lady of a villainess audiences will love to hate, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE is a perfectly constructed evening of madcap merriment. And with the role of Millie Dillmount, musical theatre has found a new heroine for the ages in THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE!

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poster-small1 AUDITIONS - Cameo Theatre and Jonathan Pennington Studios

 Toulouse at the Moulin Rouge - Open Auditions on Saturday, May 3, 2:30pm-4:30pm; Sunday, May 4, 7:30pm-9:30pm; Callbacks on Monday, May 5.

New York Writers and Casting Directors will be on site for auditions. 

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Audition location: Cameo Theatre, 1123 E. Commerce St.

Show dates September 2014; Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Sundays 4pm.

Characters Needed:

Major Characters

Henrí Marie Raymond de Toulouse-Lautrec-Monfa—30s, one of history’s most famous impressionistic painters. Toulouse is smart, worldly, witty, inspired/inspiring and though he is royalty he finds conflict in acceptance with his stature.

Charles Zidler—40s-60s The original owner of the Moulin Rouge. Wealthy, eccentric and very charismatic. Becomes business partners with Toulouse in the opening of the Moulin Rouge. (baritone)

Jeanne Beaudon “Jane Avril”—20s The daughter of a prostitute starts life as shy and reserved but has a transformation upon meeting Toulouse. She becomes the rising star at the Moulin Rouge and the bohemians revere her. (soprano)

La Goulue—20s/30s “The Glutton” busty and bawdy, the current star of the Moulin Rouge and originator of the kickline. She is egotistical, self centered and willing to do anything for fame. The bourgeois think she is a goddess and like to treat her as such. (belter)

Yvette Guilbert—30s her “unique look” and quirky performance style attracts Toulouse’s love. (mezzo)

Valentin le Desosse—30s/40s a tall, slender contortionist performer at the Moulin Rouge. He is the owner of the café Zidler wants to take over (baritone)

Elise Beaudon—40s, Jane Avril’s mother. A hardened dominant prostitute who takes it upon herself to teach Jane the hard lessons of life. Doubles with Gerta (Mezzo)


Monsieur Samary—By day he is a socialite, by night he stalks Jane Avril

Monsieur Chiffon—La Goulue’s bankroller

Monsieur Niermans—Chiffon’s older bankroller

Monsieur Mordú—Chiffon and Samary’s yes man. Doubles as police officer


Monsieur Fort—Loud bohemian singer

Monsieur Cassé—A broke bohemian always looking for a handout

Monsieur Peindre—Eager young artist fan of Toulouse (baritone)

Jacques—Valentin’s boyfriend, doubles as Monsieur Cassé

Pierre—Owner of the brothel, doubles as Monsieur Fort

Police officer—doubles as Monsieur Mordú

Can-Can Dancers




Gerta—doubles as Elise

Toulouse At the Moulin Rouge

Music and Lyrics by Josh Walker

Book and Lyrics by John David Nelson

In Montmartre, Paris’ grungy bohemian quarter, a short painter draws us into his world of music, dancing, alcohol and women. His intoxicating colors attract us to the underworld freedom we all desire, he paints a world that is perfect for its cobwebs and crappy dancehalls. Suddenly an upper class businessman named Charles Zidler enters and promises to change the world with a brand new, electrified dancehall. He promises Toulouse endless Absinthe and his very own reserved table in exchange for an advertisement. Patrons of all classes from all over Paris flock to the Moulin Rouge on opening night after seeing Toulouse’s infamous “poster”. Once there, the upper class bourgeois love the boisterous and bawdy headliner of the Moulin Rouge, La Goulue. But La Goulue finds her headlining position under attack by the bohemian backed, smoother and finer Jane Avril. The class divide suddenly creates distrust and corruption within the Moulin Rouge and Toulouse finds himself caught in the middle. New ties are created and old bonds must be broken when the world changes.

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